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Linda Evangelista admits she's 'forever disfigured' after plastic surgery - Observer

Linda Evangelista admits she’s ‘forever disfigured’ after plastic surgery – Observer

She made countless magazine covers and dominated catwalks in the ’80s and ’90s, Linda Evangelista is undoubtedly one of the most famous supermodels in fashion history. The Canadian model has now admitted that she had an adverse reaction to plastic surgery and that the intervention left her “forever disfigured”.

In an honest note posted in your InstagramLinda Evangelista has put the reason for her absence from the spotlight in the spotlight, admitting it was a secret she’d kept for five years. “I was, as the media called me, an unknown,” the 56-year-old model wrote.

At the base of ‘Disformation’ is an aesthetic procedure he underwent – CoolSculpting – which involves freezing body fat to reduce the same body fat, but the procedure will perform ‘the opposite of what was promised’, you can read on.

The model’s Instagram post

Linda would have developed an adverse reaction, paradoxical lip hyperplasia (PAH), to the same plastic surgery that she says she was not aware it would be possible to develop prior to the operation. PAHs are a rare adverse effect of this intervention, which uses cooling to destroy subcutaneous fat cells.

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After the surgery, the model still had “two painful and unsuccessful corrective surgeries”. The old model admits that the consequences of the intervention were such that it made her “recluse” in her life. “It didn’t just ruin my livelihood [a cirurgia]It sent me into a cycle of deep depression, deep sadness, and the deepest depths of self-loathing. In the process, I became reclusive.”

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In order to “move forward” and get rid of the “shame”, Linda admits that she filed a lawsuit against the company. “I’m tired of living like this. And I figured I’d like to walk out the door with my head held high, even though I don’t look like myself anymore.”

For the publication, there were many reactions from figures in the fashion world to what the model had just revealed. Celebrity photographer Mert Alas admitted that Linda was the reason he chose to be a fashion photographer: “She inspired us all!” he wrote. Valentino co-founder Giancarlo Giametti ended up commenting on the post, “We love you so much! Thanks for sharing!”.

The famous hairdresser Garren, founder of the brand R + Co, could not contain himself and wrote: “Beautiful, my love. The truth will give you freedom. You are an icon and beautiful inside and out. You are a legend and will always be in my heart. I adore you forever. “

“You are and always will be a model, plus you are now a model to be brave in your glorious recognition,” wrote Jeremy Scott, Moschino’s Creative Director.

Former model Cindy Crawford has left her support for Linda saying that “her strength and true essence have always been known and creative”. Naomi Campbell wrote: “I applaud you for your courage and strength in sharing your experience and no longer being held hostage to it. I can’t imagine the pain I’ve been through mentally for the past five years.”